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State Information for Hawaii

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Hawaii Notary Requirements and Information

Temporary Notary Procedures, COVID-19 Pandemic: State Governors have issued Executive Orders to establish Notary procedures for using audio-video communications to perform notarial acts for remotely located principal signers. CLICK HERE to see if your state is under such an order.

Hawaii Notary Commission Qualifications
Notary applicants must:
• be at least 18 years old;
• be a resident of the state of Hawaii;
• possess the other qualifications required of public officers (Hawaii Public Officers are required to be a U.S. citizen.)

How to Apply to Become a Hawaii Notary
See detailed information including applicable fees, on the website of the Hawaii Attorney General: https://notary.ehawaii.gov/notary/public/notary-services.html

Appointing Officer
Attorney General

Term of Office
4 Year Term

Notary Education and/or Exam Requirement
Exam Required. See exam information on the Hawaii Attorney General’s website: https://notary.ehawaii.gov/notary/public/scheduler.html

Notary Bond Requirement
$1,000 Bond Required (4-year term).

Notary Recordbook (Journal) Requirement
Recordbook Required. Recordbook must be bound, soft-cover, consecutively numbered, and cannot exceed 11" high and 16.5" wide when fully opened. Inside cover area for Notary information and other required information.

Notary Seal Requirement
Ink stamp or embossing seal required, paper notarial acts. Notaries may only obtain either one ink stamp or one embossing seal, NOT BOTH.

Authorized Duties
• Acknowledgments;
• oaths and affirmations;
• witness document signings;
• attest to a document signer's identity;
• note protests;
• take depositions.

Change of Name, Address or Eligibility Status
See detailed information on the website of the Hawaii Attorney General: https://notary.ehawaii.gov/notary/public/welcome.html


Contact Information for the State of Hawaii

State of Hawaii Notary Website
https://notary.ehawaii.gov/notary/public/notary-services.html

State of Hawaii Notary FAQs
https://ag.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/FAQS.pdf

State of Hawaii Online Notary Search
https://notary.ehawaii.gov/notary/public/publicsearch.html

Phone Number
(808) 586-1216

Address
Department of the Attorney General
Notary Public Office
425 Queen Street
Honolulu, HI 96813


Apostille Certification Information

Phone Number
(808) 586-0255

Further Information
https://ltgov.hawaii.gov/the-office/apostilles-and-certifications/



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Information on this page is provided with the understanding that the user is solely responsible for his/her knowledge of notarial law, procedures and practices. The information contained on this page is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. All information is subject to change without notice and therefore is provided “as is,” free of warranty of any kind. Last updated August 2020.


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